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Overview

The headlines only reveal half the truth. Here’s the real story. . . .

Abu Qasim, the ruthless and cunning Al Qaeda leader who nearly succeeded in blowing up a meeting of the G-8 in Paris, has escaped from the grasp of the Americans and is plotting his next move. A small band of powerful men, highly placed leaders of industry and politics in the West, have decided they need to target and destroy the terrorist and his inner circle before he can strike again. When a prominent Russian dissident is poisoned in London, however, it’s clear that there’s a very dangerous leak within the ranks of the Westerners, and that Abu Qasim has turned the tables on his rivals—-it is now he who is pursuing, and his aim is to kill.

Admiral Jake Grafton dispatches special agent Tommy Carmellini to infiltrate the plot. He tracks the gorgeous and seductive Marisa Petrou, a Frenchwoman who may be Qasim’s daughter and who has her own reasons for wanting him alive—-or wishing him dead. Qasim, meanwhile, has a trick up his sleeve—-one that he’s been planning for years.

Who is behind the methodical assassinations of the wealthy and powerful Western vigilante team? Will Abu Qasim slip the noose once again? In this pulse-pounding thriller, Tommy Carmellini must put a stop to a master of terror before he unleashes even more death.

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Bestseller Coonts's exciting third thriller to star reformed burglar turned CIA operative Tommy Carmellini (after The Traitor) raises a timely issue-the lack of well-to-do Americans on combat duty in the war against terrorism. When an Iraqi bomb kills Huntington Winchester's only child, a Harvard med student who joined the navy out of patriotism, the grieving father decides he and his privileged friends aren't doing enough to defend civilization against the jihadist threat. Winchester gets tacit approval from one of those friends, the unnamed U.S. president, for him and some other well-to-do types to finance their own private war. When al-Qaeda mastermind Abu Qasim discovers the identities of those in Winchester's group and targets them, Carmellini and his CIA boss, Adm. Jake Grafton, determine to set a trap that involves Qasim's possible daughter. Though the constant switching between various points-of-view distracts at times, the action moves swiftly to its Hollywood ending. Author tour. (Aug.)

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This 13th installment in New York Times best-selling author Coonts's popular Jake Grafton series closely follows the events of his last book, The Traitor. Here, CIA operatives Grafton and Tommy Carmellini are joined in their pursuit of terrorist Abu Qasim by a group of international businessmen, bankers, and shippers. Because the story is told at turns by Tommy and an omniscient narrator, Obie® and Audie® Award winner Dennis Boutsikaris's portrayal of Tommy could have benefited from more defined vocal characterization. But his performance is wonderfully restrained, and he deftly fuses narration and reportage. Recommended for libraries with medium to large mystery-thriller collections as well as for those with other titles in this series. [Audio and video clips of interviews with the author available through us.macmillan.com.-Ed.]
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"Only a gifted performer could bring such an incredible story to life and, equally important, make it believable. Dennis Boutsikaris is the right man for the job. He provides realistic accents for the colorful characters that abound. Furthermore, he knows exactly when to ratchet up the tension and bring listeners to the edge of their seats. Ultimately, Boutsikaris makes the unbelievable seem like breaking news. Incredible!"—AudioFile on The Assassin

"...[Boutsikaris's] performance is wonderfully restrained, and he deftly fuses narration and reportage."

Library Journal on The Assassin

“Dennis Boutsikaris packs his presentation with a dazzling variety of accents and characters of both genders. However, he is at his best as Carmellini. Boutsikaris provides a unique vocal identity with an expression and tempo that match Tommy’s wiseacre attitude. With just a little imagination, listeners get the feeling they are sharing a beer with Carmellini while Tommy tells his fascinating story. It doesn't get much better than this.”—AudioFile on The Traitor, Winner of the Earphones award for truly exceptional presentations

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312323578
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 8/5/2008
  • Series: Tommy Carmellini Series , #3
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Stephen Coonts

STEPHEN COONTS is the author of fourteen New York Times bestselling books that have been translated and published around the world. A former naval aviator and Vietnam combat veteran, he is a graduate of West Virginia University and the University of Colorado School of Law. He and his wife reside in Colorado.

Biography

One of America's premier authors of action-adventure thrillers, Stephen Coonts broke into publishing in 1986 with his national bestseller Flight of the Intruder, hailed as one of the best novels ever written about flying and the camaraderie of men at war.

A veteran naval aviator who flew the A-6 Intruder during the Vietnam War, Coonts has followed his debut smash with many more novels featuring his protaganist Jake Grafton, each full of the riveting action and page-turning suspense that has gained him a legion of loyal fans.

In addition to his Jake Grafton books, Coonts also has written stand-alone thrillers, a smattering of sci fi and nonfiction, and the Deep Black series, which is co-authored with Jim DeFelice.

Good To Know

Coonts once held jobs as a taxi driver, a police officer, and an attorney.

He was a trustee of West Virginia Wesleyan College from 1990-98 and was inducted into the West Virginia University Academy of Distinguished Alumni in 1992.

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    1. Date of Birth:
      July 19, 1946
    2. Place of Birth:
      Morgantown, West Virginia
    1. Education:
      B.A., West Virginia University, 1968; J.D., University of Colorado, 1979

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PROLOGUE

OCTOBER—IRAQ

Ragheads dragged the driver out of the vehicle and took him away," the sergeant told the lieutenant, who was sitting in a Humvee. "They shot the woman in the car. She’s still in it. Iraqi grunt says she’s alive but the assholes put a bomb in the car. They’re using her as cheese in the trap."

"Shit," said the lieutenant and rubbed the stubble on his chin.

The day was hot, and the chatter of automatic weapons firing bursts was the musical background. The column of vehicles had ground to a halt in a cloud of dust, and since there was no wind, the dust sifted softly down, blanketing equipment and men and making breathing difficult.

U.S. Navy Petty Officer Third Class Owen Winchester moved closer to the lead vehicle so that he could hear the lieutenant and sergeant better.

He could see the back end of an old sedan with faded, peeling paint sitting motionless alongside the road about fifty yards ahead. Three Marines and three Iraqi soldiers were huddled in an irrigation ditch fifty feet to the right of the road. On the left was a block of houses.

"Let me go take a look," Winchester said to the lieutenant.

"Listen, doc," the sergeant said, glancing at Winchester. "The ragheads would love to do you same as they would us."

"I want to take a look," Winchester insisted. "If she can be saved..." He left it hanging there as distant small-arms fire rattled randomly.

The place was a sun-baked hellhole; it made Juarez look like Paris on the Rio Bravo. The tragedy was that real humans tried to live here... and were murdered here by rats with guns who wanted to rule the dungheap in the name of a vengeful, merciless god, one who demanded human sacrifice as a ticket to Paradise.

The lieutenant had been in Iraq for six months and was approaching burnout. The wanton, savage cruelty of the true believers no longer appalled him—he accepted it, just as he did the heat and dirt and human misery he saw everywhere he looked. He forced himself to think about the situation. A woman. Shot. She would probably die unless something was done. So what? No, no, don’t think like that, he thought. That’s the way they think, which is why the Devil lives here. After a few seconds, he said, "Okay. Take a look. And watch your ass."

The sergeant didn’t say another word, merely began trotting ahead in that bent-over combat trot of soldiers the world over. With his firstaid bag over his shoulder, Winchester followed.

They flopped into the irrigation ditch directly opposite the car, where they could see into the passenger compartment. There was a woman in there, all right, slumped over. She wasn’t wearing a head scarf. They could see her dark hair.

Fifteen feet from them was the rotting carcass of a dog. In this heat, the stench was awe-inspiring.

An Iraqi soldier joined them. "She has been shot," he said in heavily accented English. "Stomach. I get close, see her and bomb."

"How are they going to detonate it, you think?" Winchester asked, looking around, trying to spot the triggerman. He saw no one but the Iraqi soldiers and Marines lying on their stomachs in the irrigation ditch, away from the dog. The mud-walled and brick buildings across the way looked empty, abandoned, their windows blank and dark.

"Cell phone, most likely," the sergeant said sourly. "From somewhere over there, in one of those apartments. Or a garage door opener."

"Saving lives is my job," the corpsman said. "I want to take a look."

"You’re an idiot."

"Probably." Winchester grinned. He had a good grin.

"Jesus! Don’t do nothin’ stupid."

With that admonition ringing in his ears, Winchester ditched the first-aid bag and trotted toward the car. From ten feet away he could see the woman’s head slumped over, see that the door was ajar. He closed to five feet.

She wasn’t wearing a seat belt, and a bomb was lying on the driver’s seat. Looked like four sticks of dynamite, fused, with a black box taped to the bundle. The woman moved her head slightly, and he heard a low moan.

Winchester ran back to the ditch, holding his helmet in place, and flopped down beside the sergeant.

"There’s a bomb on the driver’s seat," he told the sergeant, whose name was Joe Martinez. "And she’s still alive. I think I can get her out of there before they blow it. Takes time to dial a phone, time for the network to make the phone you called ring. Might be enough time."

"Might be just enough to kill you, you silly son of a bitch."

"The door is ajar and she isn’t wearing a seat belt. I can do this. Open the door and grab her and run like hell."

"You’re an idiot," Sergeant Martinez repeated.

"Would you try it if she was your sister?"

"She ain’t my sister," the sergeant said with feeling as he scanned the buildings across the road. "What do they say? No good deed goes unpunished?"

"I will go," the Iraqi soldier said. He laid his weapon on the edge of the ditch, began taking off his web belt. "Two men, one on each arm."

"She’s my sister, Joe," Owen Winchester said to Martinez. He grinned again, broadly.

The sergeant watched as Winchester and the Iraqi soldier took off all their gear and their helmets, so they could run faster.

"You fuckin’ swabbie! You got balls as big as pumpkins. How do you carry them around?" Martinez laid down his rifle, took off his web belt and tossed his helmet beside the rifle. "I’ll get the door. You two get her." He took a deep breath and exhaled explosively. "Okay, on three. One, two, threeeee!"

They vaulted from the ditch and sprinted toward the car. The sergeant jerked the door open. The other two men reached in, Winchester grabbing one arm and the Iraqi the other, and pulled the wounded woman from the car, then hooked an arm under each armpit. Joe Martinez picked up her feet, and they began to run.

They were ten feet from the car when the bomb exploded.

Excerpted from The Assassin by Stephen Coonts

Copyright © 2008 by Stephen Coonts

Published in 2008 by St. Martin’s Press

All rights reserved. This work is protected under copyright laws and reproduction is strictly prohibited. Permission to reproduce the material in any manner or medium must be secured from the Publisher.

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  • Posted February 21, 2014

    Predictable but still entertaining

    I like the writing style used for the Tommy Carmellini series. Kind of a Sam Spade joins the CIA amalgam. Worth the read.

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  • Posted February 7, 2014

    Good book hard to put down

    Typical of series,excitment,suspense anda goot plot!!!

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  • Posted January 31, 2014

    Read #'s 1 & 2 first. Then you will enjoy this next step in a series that will keep you interested.

    Didn't put it down until the battery ran out. Good reading as always.

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    Posted November 8, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2013

    I have developed a crush on Tommy Carmellini

    Great read. Great suspense. An unexpected twist or two...love Coonts! Again, I wish I knew Grafton and Carmellini in real life. The only one missing is Toad!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2013

    A timely read!

    I liked the story line. It was intriguing, kept you wondering about Marisa and how Oasim would complete his goal as a terrorist. I read it during the week of the Boston Marathon bombing and it fit in with terrorist reality.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2013

    So so

    It was an okay book. I don't know that I would read another in the series. It was not a suspenseful, can't put it down kind of book.

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    Posted April 6, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    Exceptional reading

    This is my 2nd book I have read by Stephen Coonts, the 1st " Deep Black" and has yet to let me down. The ending was well disguised.

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  • Posted October 13, 2011

    Highly Recommended - A page turner!

    I read this book in one day non-stop because I could not put it down. I have read eight of the first ten of Stephen Coonts' books and I am hooked. The Tommy Carmellini series is a must read. I recommend reading the first two in the series before reading this book because everything makes more sense and the emotion has a greater impact but if you only read this book you will enjoy it. Stephen Coonts has a writing style of attention to detail and description that captures the reader. He has good character development and well thought out realistic plots. Tommy Carmellini is one of my favorite characters. He makes mistakes and his past is not perfect. He is an average guy trying to make a living. Enjoy!

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  • Posted December 28, 2010

    awesome

    great book confusing at parts but amazing at others best ending ever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2010

    Tommy Carmellini the best

    Very entertaining, Tommy Carmellini's character is the best kick in the book, the whole thing is about this guy narrating his adventures while working for Grafton, and the casual ways of his language.

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  • Posted October 5, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Fast reading, page turner

    escapism at its finest. I expected no less from Koontz

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

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    Coonts does it again

    I have read all the Coonts books. He is as good with the espionage style as he has been with the military. The use of jake Graftpon as a major character keeps it going for me

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

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    Classic Coonts. Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini team up once again for a great adventure.

    I enjoyed this latest venture into the lives of Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini. From Europe to the US it's a cat and mouse game as Coonts pits them against the world's top terrorist, Abu Qasim. There's plenty of excitement, intrigue and fast paced action in this thriller to keep the reader involved throughout the book.

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  • Posted February 16, 2009

    Good Stuff

    Good read with plenty of excitement.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Traitors and Assassins

    Having enjoyed the author's earlier book, Hong Kong, I decided to get the latest one. Then I realized that it was a follow-up to The Traitor, so I read that one first. Good for me as I liked The Traitor best and might have otherwise missed it. The Assassin is good but not as exciting as The Traitor. Now I am reading Cuba, since it came in one book with Hong Kong. It's an earlier book that I am having a hard time liking since I have now read the later books. Convoluted huh? I like Tommy though!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2008

    Coonts takes a step back - Sort of

    I am a huge fan of Coonts and the Jake Grafton series, but as a fan I am upset. For some reason Stephen decided he needed to reintroduce Tommy to his readers with the very rudimentary narration scenes through several chapters of his new book. It was like he was introducing somebody new, not brining back the main character from Liars and Thieves!!! That being said, the action once again is superb and I enjoy the premise very much and Mr. Coonts is keeping up with real time events like nobody else. Please Mr.Coonts, your next story with Tommy in it please recapture what you gave us in Liar and Thieves, a very strong, dark, cold hearted killer who saves the day!!!!

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